Oldest ever human DNA found in Spain, raises new questions about evolution

Artist's interpretation of the human ancestors who lived near Sima de los Huesos. A fossil discovered in a Spanish cave has given researchers the oldest human DNA found to date. According to The New York Times, the DNA comes from a femur bone and is believed to be around 400,000 years old.

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